Note: If you are looking at this page and other NSHOS pages on your smartphone, turn it sideways. The pages will be a lot easier to read and navigate. After all, I like to think that us folks on this web page are smarter than a telephone! Thanks, Eric at the NSHOS.

The North Suburban
Hammond Organ Society.

Eastern Massachusetts' Most Progressive Group for those who love the

HAMMOND ORGAN

Its PERFORMANCE and MUSIC

And Other Electronic Keyboards Also

Founded in 1965, The North Suburban Hammond Organ Society has continued to provide monthly concerts of top quality popular music featuring the best professional keyboard musicians from all aspects of the regional entertainment sector.
Hammond X66 Console
typical instrument set-up
Figure 1, above. X66 Hammond console, close-up view. Figure 2, below, a typical setup for a concert.

Pres & entertainment director Eric C. Larson
Vice Pres James M. Gregory
Treasurer Edward Surette
Secretary Elizabeth A. Larson

 Allen Continental Carousel Organ For Sale 

 Wurlitzer 4602 Electro-static organ FREE to new home 

 NSHOS Pro Team Concert 

SITE MAP Find your way easily about the NSHOS website! See what else we have in our web pages including a number of sound clips to give you an idea of the instruments we use and what we do.

Our next regular meeting and concert will take place on Friday, September 30th
Don Sansom
will be our featured artist for the September meeting.

We departed from our usual first Friday of the month because that would have put our program on the start of the Labor Day weekend. Traditionally, we avoid running our programs on weekends with major holidays as many people are either away or otherwise engaged in holiday activities which greatly reduces attendance. In October, however, we are back to our usual first Friday of the month schedule, so we'll be running our October meeting on Friday, Oct 7th. Artist for October will be announced later this month.

Meetings and Concerts take place in the auditorium of the:
Woburn Senior Center
144 School Street, Woburn, MA

Join Us!
Membership in the NSHOS is $20.00 per year and includes admission to all of our monthly meetings (12 per year) and also to our special feature concerts. Sign Up NOW!  Pay dues on-line on our special secure page using your credit or debit card. It's easy and fast. Existing members, pay your annual membership dues here also.

Visit Us!
Like to visit the NSHOS? We'd love to have you visit. Our monthly meetings and concerts are, at just $3.00, one of the best entertainment bargains around. Our special event concerts are still, at $10.00 per person also an excellent bargain, but by joining our group, you can attend all of our programs at no additional cost. Like more information? CLICK HERE for a handy form where you can give us your contact information and ask specific questions about our monthly events.

Like to receive regular E-mails about our upcoming programs and events?
Just click on the events link below. You'll get an easy contact form that you can fill out in under 30 seconds, and that's it! You'll receive monthly E-mails telling you of what we are planning for our monthly programs.

Also, see our Privacy Policy.

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Welcome to the NSHOS as as we begin another year of great musical entertainment in 2015! We invite all who have an interest in popular music to our meetings. The NSHOS is dedicated to the preservation and dissemination of interest in American popular music and its production on electronic musical instruments, particularly the Hammond Organ.

Be sure to be with us! We have great artists, an excellent modern acoustically superb hall which is easy to get to by car, and two Hammond console instrument for our guest artists to use for their presentations. Check us out!

New 2015 Concert Season
is well under way with more great programs.
Watch this website, and better yet, attend our events.

Important!

If you like music but you don't live in this geographical area, we still encourage you to seek out similar groups to ours in your area and support them. All of these musical groups depend on your interest and support. Help keep live music alive and support your local musical group.

Eric Larson